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Paul Felix Schmidt vs Paul Keres
Parnu (1937), Parnu EST, rd 1, Jul-16
Queen's Gambit: General (D06)  ·  1-0

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Mar-02-04  Calli: Strange opening from Keres and steady play from Herr Schmidt. In fact, Keres was only 7-6 lifetime against him according to the Chessgames DB.
Dec-26-06  who: 22...Nxf3+ looks like an improvement.
Dec-26-06  laskereshevsky: hello
"nemo profeta in patria"
Feb-23-07
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  Gypsy: <who: 22...Nxf3+ looks like an improvement.> Black is in check.
Jul-25-13  jerseybob: Calli: Despite the name, Schmidt was not a German, but Estonian just like Keres.
Jul-26-13  jerseybob: Keres makes a flukey pawn sac early on, but Schmidt grabs the loot and weathers all of Keres' threats, threats that might have sunk a lesser player. Later, he gives back the pawn to eliminate a strong knight, and knifes through black's weakened position. A great performance.

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